I have the same problem, but mine started at about 63K miles. When I had it in for a recall notice, the mechanic at the dealership told me it was a hydraulic problem & that the fix would cost $2500! I had an independent mechanic tell me that if it is the hydraulics, the 2 part numbers I had been given (from the dealership mechanic) are very expensive parts. The downside to all this: I have regular brakes all the time & ABS only part of the time.
If you find out anything more, please let me know!
Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017 AT 4:59 PM